I have the privilege of working with a number of organizations that promote economic education. If you are a student, I encourage you to apply for admission to week-long summer programs sponsored by the Institute for Humane Studies, the Ludwig von Mises Institute, and theFoundation for Economic Education. I recommend these because I have personal experience with them: I attended a handful of IHS, FEE, and Mises Institute events as a graduate student and I have had the honor and pleasure of teaching at some of the events sponsored by IHS and the Mises Institute. I’ve also spent time as a Visiting Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, which offers a summer Fellowship program for students. In addition, the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation, which has helped support speakers hosted by our department, offers both the Koch Internship Program and the Koch Associate Program for students and recent graduates. The Institute for Humane Studies also maintains a very useful website where they catalog opportunities for students.
The views expressed on this website are those of Art Carden and do not in any way constitute the official views of Samford University, the Brock School of Business, the Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics, the Mises Institute, the Independent Institute, the Beacon Center of Tennessee, the American Institute for Economic Research, or any organization with which I am or have ever been affiliated.